Vrindavan is a holy town in the Mathura district of Uttar Pradesh, India. It is the site where according to Hinduism, Lord Krishna spent his childhood days. The town is about 15 km from Mathura, Krishna's birthplace, 75 kilometers North-West of Agra and 150 kilometers South of Delhi. The town hosts many temples dedicated to the worship of Radha and Krishna and is considered sacred by Hindus. In fact, Vrindavan boasts of the largest cluster of temples in the Braj region. Vrindavan is a place of pilgrimage where many devotees reside permanently devoting their entire life to the service of God.
Noticing the high cost of medical facilities available for such people who do not have any main source of income, Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat, decided to construct a fully charitable hospital in Vrindavan. The hospital was inaugurated on September 18, 2015. This hospital is JKP’s third fully charitable hospital in operation.
The hospital serves about 600 to 700 patients daily. It has doctors in Allopathy, Ophthalmology, Dental, Homoeopathy, Physiotherapy and Naturotpathy departments along with an Emergency Room. Pathology, X-Ray and Ultrasound diagnostics are performed in-house. There are three pharmacies for Allopathy, Homoeopathya and Eye medicines. All the treatment and medicines are provided at no cost to the patients irrespective of their cast, creed, religion or financial situation.
All the doctors and medical professionals at JKC Vrindavan are volunteers serving for no salary. They have dedicated their lives to serving their Guru, Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj, and are working at the hospital as a service to God and Guru.